West Virginia Route 618
|Maintained by WVDOH|
|Length||3.9 mi (6.3 km)|
|Existed||January 2005 – present|
|West end||SR 32 on Parkersburg-Belpre Bridge|
|WV 14 / WV 68 in Parkersburg|
|East end||US 50 in Parkersburg|
West Virginia Route 618 is an east–west state highway located almost entirely in Parkersburg, West Virginia. The route follows the former path of U.S. Route 50 through downtown Parkersburg. It was created when US 50 was realigned onto a bypass of Parkersburg constructed as part of an upgrade of Corridor D. The designation is meant as a continuation of Ohio's State Route 618, though that route turns left at the Parkersburg-Belpre Bridge before it would actually meet West Virginia Route 618.
The western terminus of WV 618 is at the Ohio state line on the Parkersburg-Belpre Bridge. The eastern terminus is at an interchange with US 50 just east of Parkersburg.
The entire route is in Wood County.
|Parkersburg||SR 32 west to SR 7 / SR 618 (Washington Boulevard) – Belpre, Athens, Marietta||Ohio state line (Parkersburg-Belpre Bridge over Ohio River)|
|WV 14 south (Fourth Street) / WV 68 south (Ann Street) to I‑77 / US 50||west end of WV 14 north / WV 68 north overlap (eastbound only); one-block WV 14 south / WV 68 south / WV 618 east overlap|
|WV 14 north / WV 68 north (Eighth Street)||east end of WV 14 north / WV 68 north overlap (eastbound only); one-block WV 14 north / WV 68 north / WV 618 west overlap|
|To WV 95 / East Street||former WV 14 Alt. south|
|WV 47 east (Staunton Avenue) to I‑77|
|||US 50 to I‑77 / East 7th Street – Marietta, OH, Charleston, Clarksburg, Athens, OH||interchange|
|1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi
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